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Can NATO risk war with Russia? – Observer

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The order came from the UK. NATO members must meet in an emergency, Prime Minister Liz Truss asked on the same day (October 11) that the G7 countries, accompanied by the President of Ukraine, met at a distance. The meeting via videoconference and the urgency of uniting the 30 states of the Atlantic Alliance comes at one of the most tumultuous moments of the war, as the last day of September will go down in history: Vladimir Putin announced the annexation part of the territory of Ukraine about the size of Portugal and Vladimir Zelensky replied with a paper in his hands: what he called a request for official NATO membership.

How Zelensky bankrupted Putin’s party in Moscow by announcing “imminent entry” into NATO

If the escalation seemed like mere rhetoric, then the past few days have shown otherwise. Ukrainian counterattack on restore occupied zones Continue, Zelensky does not refuse anything (and does not refuse), including Crimea, and claims that the Russians are attacking will not go unpunished. On that peninsula and Kerch bridgesymbol of Russian annexation, was attacked and Kremlin response came in the form of massive bombardments of Ukrainian cities, with Kyiv at the top of the list of targets.

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Russia sends elite paratroopers to the front line in Donbass after leaving Kherson – Obozrevatel

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In the first hours of the invasion, on February 24, Russian paratroopers were in the Kyiv area. A few weeks ago they were dedicated to the defense of territories west of the Dnieper, in Kherson. After the withdrawal of Russian troops, some units are sent to a new front, this time to the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

British Ministry of Defense disclosed that, despite the “strong weakening” during the nine months of the war, part of the units of the Russian Air Force (VDV) will return to the combat front.

Some of these units will be reinforced by Russians called up during the partial mobilization announced in September by President Vladimir Putin. Despite the promise of training and equipment, soldiers arrive in Ukraine ill-prepared, and there are already records of the first deaths among mobilized Russian troops. However, the British Ministry assumes that the new elements integrated into the Airborne Forces will be sent to the most important places.

Russian soldiers died in Ukraine 10 days after being sent

In the most recent report, the United Kingdom points out that “although these untrained soldiers undermine the supposedly elite capability of the Airborne Forces, Russia is likely to deploy these units in sectors considered particularly important.”

In the Donbass, units are expected to support the defense of the Kremina-Svatovo area in Lugansk. According to The Telegraph, it was in this city that Russian troops settled after leaving Kharkov. The British ministry also says units could be sent to reinforce defensive operations in the town of Bakhmut in Donetsk, which has been one of the hotbeds of heavy fighting in recent weeks.

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Iranian advisers killed in Crimea by Ukrainian security forces – Obozrevatel

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A senior Ukrainian security official confirmed the killing of military advisers in Crimea and warned that any Iranians in Ukraine who support Russia’s invasion of the country would be targeted by firing squad.

Statements were made by Secretary of the Council of National Defense and Defense of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov, who said that the Iranians were in Crimea in order to to teach Russian soldiers to operate Shahed-136 combat dronessupplied to Russia by Iran.

Although Danilov did not confirm how many Iranian troops were killed by Kyiv forces in October, the Israeli newspaper Jerusalem Post It was reported that ten councilors were killed during Ukraine’s attack on Crimea, which has been occupied by Russia since 2014.

According to The keeperin an interview in Kyiv, Danilov downplayed the attack, saying the soldiers were “collaborating with terrorists and taking part in the destruction” of Ukraine. “You shouldn’t be where you shouldn’t be”he added.

After Tehran initially denied supplying the drones to Moscow, Iran’s foreign minister Hossein Amirabdollahyanconfirmed that the government provided “a limited number of drones to Russia months before the war in Ukraine.

Iran admits for the first time that it supplied drones to Moscow

In an interview Thursday, Danilov said it remains to be determined if Iran will supply ballistic missiles to Russia in addition to drones, saying if that’s true, then Moscow.does not have the ability to produce its own missilesat least in numbers that would allow him to continue a full-scale war.

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The Ukrainian official also questioned the effectiveness of sanctions imposed on Iran by the West, given that the country, which “has been under sanctions since 1979,” has the ability to “produce such weapons.”

The official documents lying on Alexei Danilov’s desk were covered with white sheets for security reasons, but in the middle of them was a game of chess with only one black pawn going forward. When asked about the symbolism of the board, Danilov replied that the game is a metaphor for a world where the rules no longer apply or respect.

“It shows that now everyone has begun [a jogar] with black,” said the soldier. “Or that black can also be white, or that it can be gray.”

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Putin warns of ‘serious consequences’ if Russian oil price is capped

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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday warned of “serious consequences” if Western powers impose price caps on oil from Russia.

“Such actions are contrary to the principles of market relations and, most likely, will lead to serious consequences for the global energy market,” Putin said during a telephone conversation with Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shaya al-Sudani.

In the conversation, Putin and Sudan touched upon the plans of the West and the work of both within the framework of the meetings of the OPEC + alliance (an alliance of oil-producing countries led by Saudi Arabia and Russia), guaranteeing the stability of the oil market. market.

Russia has repeatedly warned that it will not supply crude oil to countries that have adopted such restrictions, and predicted big problems for the population of these countries in the winter.

In addition, the Kremlin may also take retaliatory measures, such as reducing production from the current 530 million tons this year to 490 million tons in 2023.

On Wednesday, European Union governments failed to reach an agreement on a price ceiling for oil from Russia, which the G7 powers want to impose on Moscow as a sanction for military aggression against Ukraine.

The top price cap does not directly affect the EU, which has already decided to ban purchases of Russian oil from December 5 (except for those from the pipeline supplying Hungary, which is almost entirely dependent on those supplies), but would hurt the cargo. ships carrying oil from Russia, some of which are flagged with Greek, Maltese or Cypriot flags.

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At one time, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said that the EU embargo on crude oil and petroleum products from Russia would increase market tension.

Instead, when evaluating a proposal to impose a cap on Russian oil, he believes that “it could ease tensions.”

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